Findon Manor, Findon

Deep in the Sussex countryside and on the slopes of the South Downs Way. Findon Manor is set in beautiful gardens of more than two acres and offers guests a tranquil country retreat on the outskirts of Worthing.

Findon Manor is ideally placed, providing the ultimate relaxing setting away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, yet close to popular destinations such as Brighton and Worthing.

Tel: +44 (0)1903 872833
Distance: 5 minutes by car

The Ardington Hotel, Worthing

Established in 1928, The Ardington Hotel is Worthing’s leading privately owned and managed hotel. The hotel occupies an Edwardian terrace situated in the prestigious town centre location overlooking Steyne Gardens.

Tel: +44 (0)1903 230 451
Distance: 20 minutes by car

The Angel Inn, Petworth

The Angel Inn is just 300 yards from Golden Square, the centre of Petworth, one of Britain’s most attractive market towns. The inn, which has medieval origins, has recently undergone a complete refurbishment.

Tel: +44 (0)1798 344445
Distrance: 25 minutes by car

The Premier Inn, Worthing

Hear the lapping of the waves and feel the coastal breeze against your skin when you stay at Premier Inn Worthing Seafront. Families and fans of the great outdoors will love a stroll along Worthing Pier and 9 holes at Splash Point mini golf.

Tel: 0871 527 9556
Distance: 20 minutes

South Lodge, Horsham

Discover 5 star luxury only 25 minutes away from Gatwick. This 19th century country house hotel offers guests a private Victorian wine cellar, award-winning dining and is perfectly situated for a relaxing break in the countryside, to take day trips to Brighton or Goodwood

Tel: 01403 891711
Distance: 35 minutes


Worthing is the largest town in West Sussex, and a thriving shopping, dining, entertainment and business centre. A delight for visitors and residents alike who benefit from its fabulous location nestled between an award winning beach and and the glorious South Downs National Park.

Worthing offers a wide choice of activities with three theatres and two cinemas ensure there are always a wide variety of shows, films and concerts to see. There is an award winning Museum & Art Gallery with its superb costume & toy collections and delightful sculpture garden along with Paradise Theme Park where you can discover the world of animals and plants from millions of years ago to the present day.

Choose from a huge number of restaurants serving cuisine from all around the globe or enjoy the café culture with a selection of cafes and bars where you can sit and watch the world go by. Shop in the convenient town centre much of which is pedestrianised and plays host to a mix of both high street names and individual retailers.


Petworth is a picturesque market town nestled in the heart of the South Downs National Park, just over an hour’s drive from London and only 30 minutes from the south coast.

The town has many treasures to discover making it a day out to remember. Petworth House & Park, Petworth Cottage Museum and Coultershaw Beam Pump are on the doorstep whilst National gems and other attractions such as Parham House and Gardens, Glorious Goodwood, Chichester Cathedral, The Weald and Downland Open Air Museum and the RSPB Nature Reserve in Pulborough are all within a 12-mile radius.


Brighton is overflowing with places to visit. And being such a compact city, most places to visit in Brighton and Hove are walkable too.

Experience the heritage of the Royal Pavilion and Preston Manor, indulge in the seaside fun of Brighton Pier and the Sea Life Centre or don your cultural hat for a visit to Brighton and Hove Museums. If you are looking for a creative edge to your shopping the famous Brighton Lanes offer of a paradise of independent shops, boutiques and antique shops.

A unique mix of heritage, culture and cosmopolitan fun, Brighton attractions cater for all tastes.


Arundel captures the essence of heritage, urban chic and country pursuits, all within a stone’s throw of London. Experience Arundel and you will discover more than you’d expect. Most of all combining one thousand years of history with the magnificent Arundel Castle, independent shops, contemporary art galleries, resaurants, cafes and delightful drinking spots along with The Arundel Wetlands Trust all on the banks of the river Arun, it is a place to return to and tell others about..

Close by is the Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre set in a 36 acre site in the South Downs National Park.

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